Palm Desert planning regional sports park, seeks input

The city is open to hearing ideas about the location, programming needs, amenities, and future park design.
Regional sports parks, such as this one in Jurupa Valley, feature multiple fields, playgrounds, and more. Palm Desert officials are planning one and need public input.

Palm Desert wants to hear ideas from residents for a new regional sports park.

Driving the news: The city sent out a survey for residents to give their input on the future park that is set to be constructed in the North Palm Desert and University District areas. 

  • The city is open to hearing ideas about the location, programming needs, amenities, and future park design.

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Details: One of the locations being considered is the patch of land on the corner of Portola and Frank Sinatra. In addition to questions about what amenities residents want at the park, it also asks about the possibility of non-sports events like food trucks, art markets, and movie nights.

How you can help: Fill out this survey to let the city know what you want from a new park, or attend the community meeting on Jan. 14 at 10 a.m. at the Palm Desert iHub.

  • Landscape architects, designers, traffic planners, and the city’s consultant will attend the meeting to listen to the input and answer any questions.

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